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I deleted the Windows VM and reinstalled, everything fine now. The old vm had VS 20101 and 2013, plus SQL Server 2012, already on and even though they should all be able to run on the same machine, I just had a feeling that there was some conflict somewhere.
I discovered that this the auto-completion for CSS classes can be turned off by going to Tools->Options and in the Options dialog going to Text Editor->HTML->General and unchecking 'Auto list members' as shown in the screenshot below.
Looks like it's all part of one installer as of the August update The SSDT Preview update for August 2015 includes a new unified setup for both Database and Business Intelligence (BI) tools in Visual Studio 2015.
Visual Studio 2013 Power failure in which not using UPS , machine loses power --> 3 times now VS 2013 would hang and my solution I found was to DELETE everything in this folder C:\Users\myusername\AppData\Local\Microsoft\WebsiteCache However THIS time it is not recovering. I do have Visual Studio 2015 and it NEVER happens to VS 2015. SOLUTION FOR ...
This has been bothering me as well, so I made a small utility based on Michael pointing out the distinct class name. The default config should autohide all new Visual Studio glows every 5 seconds. Let me know if you hit any snags! https://github.com/9001/windowhider/releases
I'm not sure this could be considered a "bug"; rather a side effect of the way Visual Studio 2012 draws the glowing window borders. Each of the top, left, right, and bottom border are actually separate windows, with the class name "VisualStudioGlowWindow"; you can use Spy++ to verify this. According to Spy++, the four drop shadow windows are hidden when the ...
I had same problem. I'm using 2 Anti-Viruses AVG Internet Security, Avast Internet Security. I tried to stop AVG Firewall and stop Avast until shutdown. And It worked. Installation success
Visual Studio 2015 Community does not have a version for OS X. VS2015 can target OS X and iOS as build platforms, but the IDE only runs on Windows. There is a different product called Visual Studio Code that is cross-platform for Windows, OS X, and Linux. It is currently in a preview release, and can be downloaded from the above link.
What you could try is that you have the visual studio on a virtual machine(Just a "Server" that's connected to thee local network) within the organization that you can use to launch the program from. So basically how that works is that you run the program on your computer but it runs the important files via the network. I'm sorry but I don't remember how ...
The current version of AVG Free antivirus is incompatible with Microsoft Visual Studio 2015. It does not allow Visual Studio to be installed on the computer. It gets stuck at "Creating restore point". Visual Studio installs perfectly when AVG is turned off. Any code compiled in "Release" mode targeting x86 platform/environment (in project properties) does ...
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